Everyone in the world has a mother. However, not everyone has had the opportunity to
grow up with a mother. The people who have had a mother growing up could have different
meanings to what a mother means to them. What makes a good mother? A good mother is a
caregiver, a role model, and a friend.
From birth until early adulthood, a mother gives constant care to her children. From
changing her child's diaper and giving her a warm bath to having her children's clothes picked
out every morning and having dinner on the table by 5:00 p.m.. She helps with tough homework
questions and is never too tired to tuck her children in and give them a kiss before bed. She tends
to scraped knees with love and care and gives her children chicken soup when they have the flu.
A good mother is compassionate and full of understanding. As a caregiver, mothers rank number
A good mother is also someone to look up to. Her children strive to make their mothers'
proud. Mothers have an undying love and honesty that makes her children feel good about
themselves and want to grow up to be just like her. She is patient and warm and has a smile
whenever she sees them. Her children copy her by dressing up in her clothes and jewelry and they
dance around the house acting like their mom. A good mother listens to her children and sets an
example for them. She teaches them the lessons they have to learn in life and as her children
grow older they live and learn from those lessons that their mother has taught them.
A mother is also a friend. She listens to problems her children have at school as well as
those problems from other friends and the peer pressure her children have to deal with. She tries
to understand their problems and help out in any way possible. She gives good advice when it's
needed and help's out with tough decisions made. She gives her children guidance and direction